We stopped in here last week not expecting much, but we were blown away by how friendly and enthusiastic everyone was, and the old radios they have, bring back fond childhood memories. We even got to talk live on air in the community radio station at the back of the building.
It's only a gold coin donation to get in and you don't have to spend a lot of time there.
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